International Women’s Day is here! Today, we take on the day wearing our brightest and boldest lipstick shades in celebration of being the badass, powerful women we are. While there are so many amazing brands that empower women to be the most unique and passionate versions of ourselves, one that stands out to us is Urban Decay. Unsurprisingly, the brand had a similar idea about how to celebrate the day — it involves showing off our fiercest makeup looks and, of course, helping to inspire other women. Today, Urban Decay is giving us the power to be Outspoken —referring to the brand’s new, limited-edition Vice Lipstick shade.
The new Vice Lipstick is a metallic mauve-nude pink shade that pairs perfectly with Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil in Liar. Its unique packaging features a deep purple rose design inspired for the brand’s global initiviate — The Ultraviolet Edge. 100% of the purchase price will be donated to nonprofits with a mission to empower women and it's officially the third in a series of limited-edition products that have funded the cause.
“With your support, we’re empowering women around the world and changing their lives. By purchasing Outspoken Vice Lipstick, you’re helping to provide literacy programs and microloans to women in Uganda,” explains Wende Zomnir, founding partner and Chief Creative Officer of Urban Decay. “You’re enabling girls in Kenya to get an education. And you’re making it possible for underserved and abused women in New York City to get the legal representation they desperately need. I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished together so far—and we have so much more to do.”
Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in Outspoken costs $18 and is available on UrbanDecay.com, Sephora, Ulta Beauty and select Macy’s stores.
About the Author:Marisa is an assistant beauty editor at Makeup.com where she's responsible for creating content that inspires, informs and influences readers. She's obsessed with trying new beauty products, hoards a crazy amount of lipstick and her second love (besides makeup) is food. Her work has also appeared in Domino Magazine, StyleCaster, Guest of a Guest and Jeannine Morris Media.